Hook: TMC C200BL sz. 12-16
Rib: Danville 210 - White or Tan
Tail: CDL Fibers
Bead: Tungsten Bomb Bead - Copper
Body: Danville 210 - Olive, Lt. Olive, Brown
Shell Back: Scud Back - Black
Thorax: Peacock Colored Dubbing
Hot Collar: UNI Thread - Fl. Fire Orange
Over Body: Lacquer
Step 1: Tie in the rib, making a small taper to the body.
Step 2: Tie in the CDL Feathers. The length of the tail should be about half the hook shank.
Step 3: To add some bulk to the body, wrap the thread forward, covering the CDL.
Step 4: Cut off the extra CDL, then wrap back and forth making a nice tapered body.
Step 5: Wrap the rib forward, leaving enough space for the thorax. This is usually where I lacquer the body.
Step 6: Tie in the Scud Back.
Step 7: Dub the thorax.
Step 8: Brush the dubbing out to the sides.
Step 9: Pull the Scud Back forward and tie it off.
Step 10: Whip finish the olive thread, then tie in and make a hot collar with the UNI Thread.
Step 11: Whip finish the hot collar, cut off, then add a little head cement to the shellback and collar.